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Neil is the department's Computing Officer, responsible for the running and maintenance of the computers and associated facilities in Kings Manor.
Neil studied a BSc in Archaeology at Bournemouth University, later becoming a researcher for the English Heritage funded Archaeological Investigations Project. This involved extensive travel throughout England, collecting "grey literature" reports to assemble a picture of the events making up English archaeological projects. These were published annually as a gazetteer. Following this, he made the journey north to work as an archivist for the Archaeology Data Service/Internet Archaeology. This led to his current role as Computing Officer, which connects his main interests of technology and archaeology. It has also meant living and working in the wonderful historic city of York.